Los Olivos Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Dylan's comments - It was a very bumpy ride to Oaxaca as it was raining and there was thunder. It didn't get much better when we landed, I had my eyes closed and was gripping the seat very tightly. We caught the taxi at 11:30 pm and went to the hotel. When we finally got into our room we were very tired. We woke up at about 7:30 and went for a walk around. We went to a market and found deep-fried grasshopper. We went to a shop and finally found ...
... of our time here but it was really expensive and it was nice to have a space to get away from it all. In the end if the kids spent a year down here I bet they would basically be fluent. Not perfect but getting around and communicating better than my slow old mind trying to conjugate verbs. Their minds do not really need to conjugate they just hear, learn and go with it. Amazing.
Anyway if you made it this far, we send our love and hope to see you ...
... practicing his Spanish daily as he is doing all the communication as we travel.
Oaxaca is known for its Moles which are very rich sauces they add to many meat dishes. We tried a couple of different ones, the chocolate one was way too rich for me but is very popular here. The most unusual things that we ate in Oaxaca were their chapulines (grasshoppers). They taste very salty and are available everywhere. They are one ...
... Finally it was time for lunch, and conveniently, we were brought to another buffet priced the same as last time (130 pesos). Except with this buffet there was one difference: it seemed to be worth the money. All of the cuisine was Oaxacan and very fresh! I had to avoid any extra fatty foods, alcohol (damn it!), and spicy food, but I managed. A popular Oaxacan speciality is "mole", a sauce with potatoes or meat, don't ask what the sauce is made with because I don't know. All I know ...
... Blood we would look up to see what was out the window. Once we arrived in the bus station it took a little while to get a taxi to the hotel, once we got there it was pretty impressive, not 1 but 3 pools right outside our room door, plus a jacuzzi, and a shallow pool you can lie on sun beds in with a fountain over the top of you. The room wasn't amazing, 2 double beds, we've started to enjoy having separate beds way too much, some of the double beds ...